Hotel Milan International
Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... started our Mumbai bright and early on our first full day with a trip to the largest slum in Asia; Dharavi Slum which is home to close to a million people of varying levels of income. We went with Reality Tours which claim to have a mission of dispelling the negative impression that the word “slum” inspires and I thought they did an amazing job of that. Unfortunately they do not allow any photography so all we got were a few photos that we ...
... was my taxi (they're just nondescript vans) so ended up leaving late. As we started driving he said it would take two hours to the airport. I'd counted on it taking an hour and a half. He had an empty tank, so we stopped at a busy petrol station for 20mins while he awkwardly edged the van around trying to push into different lines, rather than taking the much more efficient option of staying put at the one pump. Finally filled up and got driving. As we ...
... amp; she found it very off putting.
First time in a long time that she wanted to hold my hand while walking the streets.
All that aside we found good coffee shop & supermarket.
The drinks were very cheap.
The people in shops & the hotel are very helpful.
Anyway we will see how our Indian experience goes.
Confucius say… best way to save face, is to keep the lower part of it ...
... 8217;t even interested in buying, simply because I could. I even went an bought an elephant for the heck of it. Not because I couldn’t find an elephant model in the states but because they seemed so much more fun buying an Indian elephant replica made of wood right here in the Indian sub continent itself. There was never and will never be a joy replacement for things of such nature. Eating pizza in Italy, Lo-mein in China, Crepes in ...
... did some work, found out what to do exactly, so next time I come to Mumbai CST with my passport I would know where to go straight away. My journey back to Bandra Station was not without its complications either. I must've boarded the wrong train in CST as it went the wrong route and I had to come back to a station called Dadar, where I could catch the correct train to Bandra. To cut this story short at the end of the day I had my ticket purchased and hidden in my pocket. Time ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Milan International Mumbai (Bombay)
Service is friendly. Free internet in rooms. Free pick up from hotel. Rooms clean and everything in working order. Only downside is quite close to airport so planes over head.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.